Production Story - Bit Stool

A large part of the design process consists of reflecting on materials, their quality, durability, origin, environmental impact and life cycle. We constantly seek new ways to introduce more circular designs into our collection.

Explore the production process of the Bit Stool: A multifunctional design that is a bit more resourceful.



Bit Stools are crafted using recycled plastic. The plastic originates primarily from post-industrial waste, mixed with smaller portions of household waste. Once the plastic waste is collected, it is chopped into smaller fragments and color-sorted into the 10 different Bit Stool color variants. 



For the forming of the Bit Stool, the color-sorted plastic fragments are weighed to ensure that the exact amount required is used: 4.5 kg. The material is poured into the Bit Stool molds, and cast using a rotational molding technique with a temperature of precisely 120°C.


This is particularly important, since overheating can damage the structure of the plastic, making it unsuitable for further recycling. Instead, the 120°C melting point enables the Bit Stool to be reheated and recycled repeatedly without altering the material’s properties. 



The result is a circular design suitable for a wealth of functions and settings. Bit Stool can be used in indoor and outdoor environments, withstanding temperatures from -10°C to +50°C. Its straightforward design makes it ideal for numerous uses, from additional seating to a pedestal for a vase or a side table. 



Bit Stool is available in three different shapes and 10 different colors.


Discover all Bit Stools below.